From Social Work Education to Social Work Practice
An Educational Resource Package
For at least a decade CASWE-ACFTS has been exploring the ever evolving relationship between social work education and regulation. Generally the dialogue has been framed within the context of competency based social work (CBSW) but, while CBSW is certainly central to the discussion, the intersection of the two sectors goes beyond issues of CBSW to questions of vision, control, integrity, and autonomy.
CASWE-ACFTS has prepared an educational resource package to assist educators and other interested parties in exploring the complexity of this intersection.
Please see the Annotated Table of Contents for further information about this package.
- Bogo, M. (2013). Conceptualizing competence in social work.
- Boudreau, F. (2015).Reflections on competency based education
- Campbell, C. (2015). Le carrefour entre la formation en travail social et la réglementation.
- Campbell, C. (2015). The Intersection of Social Work Education and Regulation,
- Campbell, C. (2015). Une simulation de dialogue.
- Campbell, C. (2015). A Mock Dialogue .
- Campbell, C. (2013). The contested terrain of competency based social work.
- Campbell, C. (2013). Naviguer sur des frontières mouvantes – L’intersection de la formation et de la réglementation en travail social.
- Campbell, C. & Donahue, P. (2014). North of the 49th parallel: The uniqueness of Canadian social work education.
- Comité de travail des écoles de travail/service social et OTSTCFQ sur un outil d’auto-appréciation. (2014). On developing a self evaluation tool.
- OTSTCFQ. (2012).Benchmark skills for social workers.
- Spera, A-M. (2013). A Comparison of Social Work Standards & Competencies.
- Spera, A-M. (2013). A Comparison between CASWE Standards and the CSWE, OTSTCFQ and CCSWR Competencies.
- Spera, A-M. (2013). Bibliographie.
- Todd, S. (2012). An alternative to competency-based pedagogy.